A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can leave one feeling scared and confused. It is a little-understood condition of the autoimmune system affecting the central nervous system. The body actually begins to attack itself. Brain tissue is targeted leading to scarring. Those afflicted with MS are generally women between the ages of 20 to 40 years. Since 1991, the prevalence of MS has risen 50%.
Researchers are constantly seeking ways to help patients alleviate MS. In Australia, for example, they have come up with a drug to help fight inflammation in the brain of an MS sufferer. What is involved? Injecting a genetically engineered molecule into the blood and allowing it to decrease inflammation in the brain. Perhaps you are looking for a less invasive way to deal with symptoms.
The inventor of the upright MRI, Dr. R. Damadian, has done a number of tests involving this machine and patients suffering from MS. The most remarkable thing he noted was that those with MS often also had a misalignment in the bones of the upper neck that hindered cerebrospinal fluid drainage.
Here at our Redwood City, California practice, we take this information seriously. We understand the intricate link between the proper alignment of the C1 and C2 vertebrae and the overall health of a person. We closely examine the neck using tools and technology to help us to find the exact location of the misalignment. We then use a very gentle method to move these bones back into place without cracking the spine or neck. By realigning these bones, cerebrospinal fluid flow can be restored to normal. This leads to a natural decrease in inflammation and, in turn, many patients see an improvement in the symptoms of MS. This is a cost-effective, non-invasive, safe way to get help for multiple sclerosis that just may give one the relief he or she is seeking.
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